We are pleased to report that in 2022 works by Olaf Brzeski, Dominika Olszowy, and Slavs and Tatars joined impor­tant public col­lec­tions. Brzeski’s sculp­tural instal­lation Art Is Violence was added to the Ossolineum in Wrocław. The National Museum in Wrocław pur­chased Brzeski’s Grimace as well as two works by Slavs and Tatars from their series Love Me Love Me Not. Dominika Olszowy’s instal­lation Honey Jars on a Bed Frame, exhibited at Raster in 2020, is now part of the col­lec­tion of Galeria Arsenał in Białystok. Our con­gratulations to the artists!


Slavs and Tatars, Love Me, Love Me Not (Lviv), Love Me, Love Me Not (Wrocław), 2021, the Four Domes Pavilion Museum of Contemporary Art, branch of the National Museum in Wrocław, fot. Magdalena Lorek



Olaf Brzeski, Art is Violence, 2006-2007, broken and re-glued ceramics, various dimensions, photo: Karol Krukowski



Olaf Brzeski, from the Adventure series (grimace), 2020, ceramics, 38 × 22 × 23 cm



Dominika Olszowy, Jars of Honey in the Bed Foundation, 2020, curtains, wood, glass, epoxy resin, 75 × 187 × 95 cm


Brzeski, Olszowy and Slavs and Tatars in museum collections